Is there an OS X command to regroup all windows onto current screen?
For example, when I get home, I'll click on the icon for Airmail. It appears nothing happens. I click again, and I notice in the bottom right corner of the screen is a small smidgen of a window that turns into a "fun" game of trying to click and drag the correct part of the window back into view.
Anyway, there just has to be a command or shortcut that adds orders and sanity to all my open windows that are virtually strewn about, right? Right? Does anyone know what this would be?
Not only is it great for resizing windows to certain/entire portions of the screen using its grid system, you can arrange and position all of your windows however you'd like them and bind that layout to a key command. (This is the "Arrange Windows" option under the Custom tab of Moom preferences.)
When I plug my laptop into my two external displays, I can hit Command+Shift+3 and all of the windows will be restored into my saved layout across each monitor. And when I unplug them, I hit Command+Shift+1 to arrange everything into my saved layout for the built-in display.
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That app should Stay away from me... if you know what I mean.
Window organization and multi-mon setup is one area superior on Windows (since Win7), but SizeUp helps OS X catch up and, in some areas, surpass Windows.
You might check out SwitchResX, www.madrau.com/. It has a bunch of goodies for working with multiple monitors.
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